Suspended South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) senior journalist, Vuyo Mvoko, says people have always spoken out against wrongdoings in the public broadcaster, but African National Congress (ANC) has failed to show leadership.
Mvoko gave a damning testimony to Parliament ad hoc committee looking into SABC board fitness.
He spoke out on SABC editorial policy under Hlaudi Motsoeneng's leadership.
If this inquiry was going to continue, I think a lot more people would come forward with even more sensational stuff than we have seen in past week.— Vuyo Mvoko, suspended SABC journalist
In the past, the ANC has failed to show leadership. As a result, nothing would happen.— Vuyo Mvoko, suspended SABC journalist
After his presentation to Members of Parliament, Mvoko received a message labeling him a traitor and threatening to kill him.
There is not a lot that I can do to protect myself.— Vuyo Mvoko, suspended SABC journalist
It’s obviously says a lot about the state we are in. It says there are people out there who are determined to kill to get what they want or protect what they have. I cannot underestimate the power of that.— Vuyo Mvoko, suspended SABC journalist
Listen to the audio below to hear how Communications Minister Faith Muthambi misrepresented Mvoko's case to MPs...